Richard Hartley-Wilson trained at the Royal Academy of Music winning the Mary Hammond award for acting through song. He studied the Estil vocal technique under the supervision of Anne Marie Speed.
Since graduating in 2002 he has worked consistently as a singer and teacher both in the UK and overseas. He has performed in musicals and concerts in the West End and on tour around the UK. He has toured India and Africa with concerts raising money for children’s charities, something he continues to do.
Richard has worked extensively as a session singer for film soundtracks and as a backing vocalist most recently for the Ridley Scott produced filmLife in a Day.